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Old 09-05-2023, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
I was referring to the 2T motor unless Bert is now a brushless motor
I didn't read it that way, but if that's what you really meant, then OK.

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Old 09-05-2023, 04:14 PM
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You want to know what's the best? YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE BEST!
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Originally Posted by OffRoadJunkie
You want to know what's the best? YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE BEST!
in a Col.Jessup voice
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Old 09-06-2023, 07:31 AM
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Originally Posted by OffRoadJunkie
You want to know what's the best? YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE BEST!
To be honest, I always want to know which is the Worst rather than the Best, at least I could avoid to waste my money.
In fact I suspect many Outlaws suck, worse than homologated ones.
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You know,
I'm to ran into a few guys who tune their motor to a preferred temperature rather than Kv. About 150*f, but try not to let the motor go over 160*f. This way, they get all the RPMs they can out of the motor before it goes into melt down. They run a few laps with it then check the temp. If they can go higher, they adjust the timing. That is some crazy crap right there. I guess it's working because they are winning.

What our your thoughts on this?
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Originally Posted by OffRoadJunkie
You know,
I'm to ran into a few guys who tune their motor to a preferred temperature rather than Kv. About 150*f, but try not to let the motor go over 160*f. This way, they get all the RPMs they can out of the motor before it goes into melt down. They run a few laps with it then check the temp. If they can go higher, they adjust the timing. That is some crazy crap right there. I guess it's working because they are winning.

What our your thoughts on this?
Depends on ambient temperature. In a cold environment, pushing it harder to intentionally make it run hot might be pushing it out of the optimal tuning window. Sometimes too little timing causes heat just like high timing as well.
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Smc used to sell 6.5 motors that worked very well with boost and turbo.

The stator barely had 6.5 etched onto its stack. I sharpied "13.5" on it as a joke, and people believed it.

Would have been one heck of an outlaw. Lol.
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